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The true story of Louisa Gould (played by Jenny Seagrove), who during the German Occupation of the island of Jersey, harboured a young escaped Russian slave worker, Feodor Burrij, for some 20 months. Mrs Gould was imprisoned by the Germans and was sent to France and then Germany, and eventually died in the gas chambers at Ravensbruck concentration camp.

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Category:Lifestyle and Recreation
Subcategory:Performances
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Keywords:Feodor Burrij, Germans, Jenny Seagrove, Jersey, Louisa Gould, Ravensbruck Concentration Camp, Russion, WWII, film, filming on location, gas chamber, nazi, occupation, period drama, true story

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